|The pictures show Three views of this Patriotic 1800s Cabinet Photograph With U.S. President Abraham Lincoln Painting. The back is blank. It is not dated but it is believed to be from the 1800s. The location aof this ''ADAMS HOUSE'' is unknown, but it appears that it may be a Historic building. In the center is a painting of Abraham Lincoln with a kneeling and shackled negro slave. There is a statue or monument titled ''Freedman's Monument'' of this Emancipation Proclamation image by Thomas Ball in Lincoln Park in Washington, D.C.. The statue was dedicated in 1876.|
This heavily decorated building has flags, banners, a large lighted ''WELCOME'' sign at the top and an ''ADAMS HOUSE'' sign over the Lincoln painting. The building has a restaurant, at least on the bottom floor. One sign in a front window. It reads ''FRIED LOBSTER''. Posing in front with two early automobiles are (11) women or waitress employees and (2) men.
The photograph with the black backing matt board measures 9-1/8'' x 7''. The actual photograph measures 6-9/16'' x 4-1/2''. It appears to be in excellent to near mint condition with light wear and light corner wear to the matt board as pictured. The corners were made rounded.